Join us to learn about the new A20-Nexus Go and A20-TX!
Are you curious to learn about the newest additions to our Astral family of wireless gear? On August 3rd, at 10:00am CDT (3:00pm GMT), Sound Devices will host a live-streaming event online where Director of Product Design and Management Paul Isaacs and RF Applications Engineer Gary Trenda will demonstrate the new A20-Nexus Go multichannel true-diversity wireless receiver and A20-TX digital wireless transmitter. Following the demonstration, you’ll have the opportunity to ask Paul and Gary questions for them to answer live.
With 4 receiver channels that can be expanded to 6 and 8 with software expansion licenses and a form factor compact enough for a bag or a half-unit space on a sound cart, the A20-Nexus Go receiver is ready for any application. It has SpectraBand’s 169-1525 MHz global tuning range, the ability to set gain at the receiver and not the transmitter with GainForward, long-range remote control of transmitters via NexLink, integrated RTSA (Real Time Spectrum Analyzer), and more.
The A20-TX transmitter is compatible with the widest array of input sources, from lavs and dynamic mics, to phantom-powered condenser mics, balanced line-level sources, and even AES digital mics. It accepts AA batteries of any chemistry, and offers a battery life up to 12 hours. The A20-TX transmitter includes the first full, true balanced ultra-low-noise high-headroom mic preamp, and has Astral-family features, like NexLink, SpectraBand, and GainForward.
To register for the live-streaming demo and submit a question for Paul and Gary in advance, please fill out the form below.